1950s Rattan Side Tables Attributed to Isamu Kenmochi - a Set of 2

Two Midcentury low end-tables handcrafted from rattan and beech, and with a glass insert. This near-pair is attributed to the Japanese modernist designer Isamu Kenmochi. The tables were made by Yamakawa in Tokyo in the 1950s. We love these tables for their beautiful craftsmanship and their weathered, organic touch. The tables are noteworthy for their rounded corners and splayed legs. One table has spindle legs, while the other has more rectangular legs. Both taper downward creating a fine, smooth line that balances out elegantly with the rattan.

27 in. width
18 in. depth
16 in. height

Condition notes:
In good condition and sound shape. Surface wear includes rubbing, scuffs, and fading to the wood, all consistent with the tables' age and use.

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